E360K English Grammar: grammar, linguistics, and usage on the WWW
Virtual Library: Linguistics: a site with links to a wide variety of resources on theoretical, applied, and pedagogical issues concerning language.
The Human Languages Page": a vast site that contains information on languages living and dead and links to numerous resources.
Neuroscience for Kids (rather sophisticated kids!)---a site which has some information about the brain and language and language disorders plus lots of material about the nervous system and brain.
Center for Applied Linguistics: an extensive site that includes information on: Adult ESL Literacy, Bilingual Education, Dialects/Ebonics, Foreign Language Education, Immigrant Education, Integrated Language/Content, K-12 ESL, Language Testing, Public Policy Issues, Refugee Concerns, School Reform, and Two-Way (language-learning) Immersion.
African-American Vernacular English and other vernacular dialects: linguistic, educational, and social issues.
Popular and Scholarly Attitudes Toward Grammar and Usage
For teachers and other citizens
Methods, material, syllabuses etc.
Linguistics and Education
- Education Week This is a site on general education issues, including language and linguistic ones. It includes search engines for past articles archived at the site.
- The History of Education and Childhood: a big portal site with lots of links to material on United States and International Educational History and some gorgeous pictures. Each site is rated according to the relevance of its contents.
Bilingual Education, Bilingual Speech Communities, English-Only, Minority Languages in the U.S. and World-Wide
- Educating All Our Students: Improving Education for Children from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds by Barry McLaughlin & Beverly McLeod: Final Report of the National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning, Volume I. University of California Santa Cruz, June 1996
Home Page of The International Clearing House for Endangered Languages
Minority/endangered languages A Japanese site (with text in English!) that provides links to information on minority languages world-wide.
- U.S. English Founded in 1983 by the late Senator S.I. Hayakawa of California, this site includes U.S.ENGLISH, Inc., a legislative lobbying organization that working at the state and federal levels to pass legislation to make English the official language of government and to reform bilingual education and the U.S.ENGLISH Foundation, an educational and research organization.
- The National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education (NCBE) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs (OBEMLA) to collect, analyze, and disseminate information relating to the effective education of linguistically and culturally diverse learners in the U.S. The site contains lots of papers, abstracts, and links related to minority education issues.
- English Only? a site with extensive links to various Hispanic opinions on official English policies and laws.
- Official Home Page of English First
James Crawford's Language Policy Web Site & Emporium: a site that is especially good for historical information and information on languages spoken by small populations (e.g., Native American languages)